Keum Sung Kim
2008: First Team All-Horizon League and All-Tournament team selection...also named to NSCAA/adidas All-Great Lakes Region Third Team...started all 22 matches...tallied a team-high five assists...ranks tied for fifth all-time with 18 career assists...posted the third-best goal total on the team with five, including game-winners against SIU-Edwardsville and Detroit...chosen to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week after recording both assists in Loyola's 2-1 victory over then-No. 5 Santa Clara.
2007: Second Team All-Horizon League and Third Team NSCAA/adidas All-Great Lakes Region selection...starter in all 19 matches and registered four goals to rank second on the team...also ranked second on the club with eight points...notched goals against Jacksonville (9/2), Cleveland State (10/7), Denver (10/27) and the game-winner versus DePaul (10/31)...recorded a season-high seven shots in a 1-1 draw versus Denver.
2006: First-Team All-Horizon League forward...joined teammate Iradj Farahmand II on the NSCAA/adidas All-Great Lakes Region Second Team...tied for League lead with career-high eight assists...first and only goal of season was Horizon League Championship game-winner versus Green Bay (11/5)...had two assists in 3-2 semifinal-round win against Cleveland State (10/28)...started all 21 matches...ranked third on the team with 22 shots and fourth with 10 points.
2005: First player in program history to earn Horizon League Newcomer of the Year accolades...named First Team All-Horizon League...competed in 17 matches, including 15 starting assignments...selected to Soccer America National Team of the Week on Oct. 5...recorded 36 shots, 23 of which were on goal...tallied a season-best five shots against Green Bay (10/16) and Wright State (10/28)...posted two goals with an assist in a 3-1 win against DePaul (9/28)...scored a pair of goals in a 3-2 victory over Bowling Green (10/2)...also netted scores against Green Bay and Milwaukee (10/23).
2004: Did not see any game action.
High School: Two-time all-state selection in the midfield...three-time all-area, all-sectional and all-conference performer...scored 31 goals and added 29 assists in three years as a varsity player...twice named Mid-Suburban League East Player of the Year...played club soccer for the Chicago Fire Juniors.